Published on December 21st,2009 at 6:23 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Newly unveiled Humanoid Robot by Nippon Institute of Technology to visit classes in Japan

Fruit of the collaboration among researchers from the Nippon Institute of Technology, Harada Vehicle Design, ZMP and ZNUG Design, this humanoid robot is just 126 cm tall and weighs 15 kg.

Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio software was used for its creation and will be show cased in classes giving Japanese kids the chance to have hands-on experience on a humanoid robot.

Via Engadget
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Newly unveiled Humanoid Robot by Nippon Institute of Technology to visit classes in JapanNewly unveiled Humanoid Robot by Nippon Institute of Technology to visit classes in JapanNewly unveiled Humanoid Robot by Nippon Institute of Technology to visit classes in JapanNewly unveiled Humanoid Robot by Nippon Institute of Technology to visit classes in Japan
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Comments
 

  • Edracon

    This robot must be used for stomping mindlessly to move three cm…. and then being made to stand up straight….

  • Woot

    So its a robot made to stomp on roaches?

  • http://www.plasticpals.com Robotbling

    Engadget got this from me, and I in turn got in from Robonable. Properly credit your articles please.

  • http://none John

    . People I think it is possible
    . An artificial brain to be made and rest is simple

    . It is assumed that the brain is very complex, but according to me it is not such a difficult device to be made, the heart is just a pump.
    What does the brain do, what comes to my mind is:

    1) By its senses perceives the environment and reacts according to its knowledge
    2) Regulates functions of the human body organs3)Process the information it has
    3) Processes the information it has
    4) Collects information by its senses
    5) Remembers
    The available technologies, I think, already are capable of achieving this.
    I am not a programmer, an electric engineer or a medic, or any other profession, just like other people
    Collect and associate things
    It will not be a robot, just healthy and immortal 
    I hope I have not wrote many fantastic things

    • slayerwulfe

      i’m sure U r sincere but R human brains R far different from programming. if you want to get into it try to understand water (that is able to store memory) in a brain cell.
      slayerwulfe cave

  • slayerwulfe

    the balance was beautiful, loved the way it straightened up after stopping
    slayerwulfe cave

  • slayerwulfe

    what do American students have?

 

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